Any transformer that offers an XQJ API implementation can be used when validating
XQuery or transforming XML documents. (An example of an XQuery engine that implements the XQJ
API is Zorba.
In case your XQJ Implementation is native, make sure the directory containing the
native libraries of the engine is added to your system environment variables: to
PATH - on Windows, to LD_LIBRARY_PATH - on Linux,
or to DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH - on Mac OS X. Restart Oxygen XML Developer after
configuring the environment variables.
Go to menu Preferences > Data Sources.
Click the New button in the Data Sources
Enter a unique name for the data source.
Select XQuery API for Java(XQJ) in the
Type combo box.
Press the Add button to add XQJ API-specific files.
You can manage the driver files using the Add,
Remove, Detect, and
Oxygen XML Developer
detects any implementation of javax.xml.xquery.XQDataSource and
presents it in Driver class field.
Select the most suited driver in the Driver class combo
Click the OK button to finish the data source